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HANJOY!!!

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I was joking with Greg that this should be the official No Man Walks Alone tie:

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/neckties/loosely-woven-grey-silk-tie-gold-double-stripes.html

since it's kind of in No Man colors. But having an actual official No Man tie might be kind of fun too. I think we could come up with something nicer than the Permanent Style paisley-as-tie-pin one.
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only if we can get bearded Greg face on the keeper
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only if we can get bearded Greg face on the keeper

I feel like a bearded face would go better on a pocket square if anywhere.
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unbel - that was in my cart. but i had to draw a line in the sand somewhere. frown.gif
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unbel - that was in my cart. but i had to draw a line in the sand somewhere. frown.gif
Nonsense! Get it KOPPED!!
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Should I size Scott and Charters the same as my Inis Meain size, as in the same tagged size? I know SC is meant to fit differently, but I am just wondering what seems to work best.
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I took my SC in the same size as my Inis Meain.
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And you're happy with the fit on both?
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Does SF discount code work on sale items?

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Okay guys, I'm thinking about grabbing one of the LBM Mantova overcoats - either the grey twill or navy hopsack. Which would you go with and why, assuming you have neither color? I also like the beige herringbone.
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Been jonesing after that beige herringbone. I think it would complement the mild winters we get down south here, however if you live up north I'd go for one of the darker fabrics. 

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Been jonesing after that beige herringbone. I think it would complement the mild winters we get down south here, however if you live up north I'd go for one of the darker fabrics. 


Yeah, I really like that one for South Carolina weather. How versatile do you think it would be? I know the grey and navy would go with a huge variety of trousers. Camel does too, but this is slightly different.
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...so what is this styleforum discount you all speak of? If we're not FC members , how can we save a few sheckles?
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I love your site's theme Greg, very posh! :)

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